Brookside Shopping Centre, Shop 25/159 Osborne Rd, Mitchelton QLD 4053, Australia

Bagel Shop, Brunch Restaurant, Breakfast Restaurant, Coffee Shop, Wholesale Bakery

Cafe, Bakery, Store, Restaurant, Food

(07) 3355 0342

http://www.shingleinn.com/

Open Hours

Monday 8:00 AM – 5:30 PM
Tuesday 8:00 AM – 5:30 PM
Wednesday 8:00 AM – 5:30 PM
Thursday 8:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Friday 8:00 AM – 5:30 PM
Saturday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Sunday 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM


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Shingle Inn Brookside

About the business

Shingle Inn - Coffee | Cakes | Catering | Franchising Business

With a range of delicious breakfasts, lunches and sweet treats, Shingle Inn is the perfect place to connect with friends and family all day, any day.

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Patricia Browne said 3 years ago
My meal was supposed to be grilled chicken bacon and avocado with salad with mayo and beetroot and red onion dressing. It came without the avocado bacon or mayo. I wasn’t impressed. The chicken was a few tiny slices which wouldn’t have amounted to even a quarter of a breast of chicken.
Denielle Barredo said 3 years ago
Food was very disappointing, the fish in their fish and chips was dry and barely would call it fish and chips with 3 little pieces of dried batter. Their chicken parmigiana was also dry it's not topped with Napoli sauce.. it's just tomato sauce and barely any of it , it's not topped bacon as advertised on the menu its ham and it was cold and very chewy. Have had better parmigiana that was bigger and less pricey.
Bernard Naude said 4 years ago
Worst watered down strawberry milkshake ever. Took too long to clear the table so we could sit. Menus, table and floor dirty .
Priya Singh said 4 years ago
I waited ... and waited... people who were behind me in line were served food and drinks.... while I waited... the cake was moist but underwhelming... the coffee wasn't great. Worst of all... no apologies... no acknowledgement. Won't be back.
Robyn Gammage said 4 years ago
The staff were pleasant and service efficient, coffee was fine, passionfruit bombe delicious however their signature lemon meringue pie was stale and the meringue like leather. The reason for my visit was the lemon meringue but I am now crossing Shingle Inn off my list. This is the second shop I have encounted the stale meringue. I appreciate the shop can't afford to waste food but if it's past the use by date advise the customer and sell it for half price. Disappointing! !!!

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